A Solitary Mann
Directed and Created by Loic Zimmermann.
Jeremy Mann’s world is a place where pain, desire and lust combine to project the realest parts of the human spirit. He embodies the grit and character of the urban landscape with a tone and color quality rivaled by few. Supported by a massive global following, his approach is a combination of menacing attack, fused with bolero romanticism.
Los Angeles based French director Loic Zimmermann combines a strong cinematic aesthetic with a cinéma vérité approach to capture the visceral parts of MANN, while humanizing the experience in an effort to bring the viewer right behind the paint.
“A Solitary Mann” is a triumphant ode to a man who no doubt, will continue to leave his mark on the art world for years to come.
A stomach tube like feeding of behind the scenes in life leading up to the week long workshop at The Barcelona Academy of Art, where Nadezda and I will be instructing attendees how to further their art beyond the flimsy guise of technique and into the world within themselves.
Big thanks to Zach Oldenkamp, Corie Shannon, Ksenia, Jin-N-Tonic, and Bre Breyers for their appearances and inspiration, as well as to Italians Do it Better for the music of Chromatics, a truly wonderful record label that supports the spread of creativity for independent film makers and artisans, big love for those guys.